Six things not to do
I learned a long time ago that “Common sense is NOT common practice”. This is especially the case during the emotional time that surrounds buying a home, when people tend to do some nonsensical things.
Here are a few suggestions of things “NOT TO DO” after you have been qualified to purchase a home and before you have successfully closed and taken ownership of your dream home.
- Out With the Old, In With the New
- The Seller's Resource Library
- The Buyer's Resource Library
- Future Home Owners
- Financial Apps
- Exploring South Central
- Exploring Anchorage
- Anchorage Resources
- Palmer Resources
- Wasilla Resources
- Property Management
- Current Road Conditions
- Go-To Person
- Northern Lights Forecast
- Additional Resources
- Anchorage @ Wikipedia
- Chugach State Park - massive park with coastline, mountains, glaciers, and lakes, plus camping, a ski area, and nature center.
- Alyeska Resort & Hotel Alyeska - high-end ski resort with refined quarters, plus an aerial tram, spa, and chic mountaintop dining.
- Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center - refuge for sick, wounded, and orphaned animals that offers visitors a chance to see wildlife up close.
- Anchorage Museum - Alaskan artifacts and artworks, plus a kid-friendly, hands-on science center and planetarium.
- Alaska Zoo - zoo exhibiting a wide range of native Alaskan mammals and birds, plus exotics such as tigers and camels.
- Alaska Native Heritage Center - exhibits, films, and demonstrations of native culture, plus a woodland area with traditional dwellings.
- Eagle River Nature Center - hiking trails and nature programs for adults and kids in a picturesque, tree-filled mountain setting.
- Arctic Valley - old-fashioned ski mountain with natural snow and tubing, and a summertime destination for hiking.
- Beluga Point Sight - scenic turnout and popular whale-watching spot, with paved parking, telescopes, and interpretive signs.
- Mt. Alyeska Tram - all-year cable-car services to an observation deck at 2,300 ft. with views of glaciers and peaks.